How to hide roots

This post is sponsored by Acorn Influence and Back2Blonde. As always, all opinions are my own.


Earlier this year I made the decision to go full on blonde. I haven’t regretted my choice once since making the move- I love my new color. Although the lighter locks require a bit more upkeep, I think the results are worth it. Unfortunately, all too often my schedule becomes too busy to allow three hours at the salon for a touch up (yes, processing my color takes that long). So, when I’m unable to carve out the extra time I rely on Back2Blonde to mask my roots.

Back2Blonde is an easy root touch up spray; it instantly turns my dark roots back to blonde. This magic in a bottle not only conceals my roots but it looks natural and adds a nice shine to it as well. Back2Blonde washes out with shampoo and is incredibly easy to use- just spray on and go! Lifesaver.


(after Back2Blonde, before Back2Blonde)

Here is a quick before and after visual. As you can see, my roots aren’t too bad at the moment since I just had a touch up a few weeks back. But of course, since I’m a bit OCD when it comes to my locks, I want them to look like I just stepped out of the salon. Even without really needing a spritz in the first place, you can still see such a difference in the before and after shots. I use shade Light Blonde; Back2Blonde offers three different shade options.

You can locate Back2Blonde products at your local CVS, RiteAid, or Walgreens. These bottles typically go for $12 a pop, but you can receive a $4 off discount here. Blondes, please don’t hesitate to try this product in between your salon appointments! Let me know if you give Back2Blonde a try- I’d love to know what you think. Also, if you have any root cover up tips you’d like to share, I’m all ears! I’m always looking to improve my hair care routine. Xx


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